noun Cell Biology.
Related formsen·do·plas·mic, adjective
Examples from the Web for endoplasm
The general cytoplasm shows no differentiation into ectoplasm and endoplasm; it is uniformly alveolar in character.
The endoplasm is finely granular; the œsophagus leading into it is very distinct.
Differentiation of ectoplasm and endoplasm distinct or wanting.
They possess a distinct membrane and an excentric nucleus, and contain numerous yellow pigment-granules in the endoplasm.
This layer is designated the ectoplasm, as distinguished from the remainder of the cell contents, the endoplasm.The Fundamentals of Bacteriology|Charles Bradfield Morrey